Marcus Rashford grabbed the headlines at Molineux as Manchester United beat Wolves 1-0.
It wasn’t all that close of a match, even if the scoreline suggests it was, as Manchester United had multiple chances that should have ended up in the back of the net.
Marcus Rashford, who has been in scintillating form since his return from the World Cup, was among the substitutes after being dropped for showing up late to a team meeting.
He came on at half-time and made a big difference.
After receiving a pass from Bruno Fernandes, Rashford made a goal out of nothing which proved to be the winner. He scored again minutes later but the goal was ruled out by VAR for handball.
Below are three observations we took from the game:
Ten Hag handles Rashford brilliantly
I like how Ten Hag takes no prisoners. You can’t bend the rules, even for your best players who are in form, months after giving Alejandro Garnacho the cold shoulder for similar. And it is telling that both players have responded the best way possible.
The fact Rashford came on at half-time told us it was not that serious of a disciplinary issue.
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